From 28th – 31st March, the wonderful Event Gems are taking over and turning the building into a wonderland! Collaborating with Uckfield based Connie & Cooper to bring you some amazing wonderland feasts. There are multiple events going on over the Easter weekend – family afternoon teas, Kids tea party,
Following high demand for Chris Horlock’s ‘Sussex Witchcraft’ talk and the initial talk being completely sold out with a long waiting list, we have decided to repeat the talk the following week on Thursday 9th November at 7pm. To book tickets please visit https://www.bridgecottageuckfield.co.uk/product/sussex-witchcraft/ (please note there is a 50p
We will be closing our doors at Post Office Court at 4pm Wednesday 25th October and aim to reopen on Monday 6th November in our new shop in Bell Walk. (Next door to the dry cleaners) We also currently have a half price sale so please do come and see
The first concert in our 2023-24 Concert Series is on Saturday 14th October at 19:30. Paul will be performing the classical guitar music of South America & Spain with a sprinkling of jazz. He performs all over the UK and abroad both as a solo guitarist specialising in classical, Latin
Thank you very much for your generous donations to our recent crowd-funding appeal in support of Nutley Windmill! The appeal raised the magnificent sum of £10,500, so when you add in the gift-aid many of you offered, this will cover much of the cost of the new stocks for the
There has been a change to the scheduled Evening Talk at Bridge Cottage for May 4th. Ian Currie ‘Weather Lore- Fact or Fiction’ will no longer be going ahead. Instead, we will have a talk by Mick Harker: ‘The Ever changing Face of Uckfield.’ A virtual walk through Uckfield comparing
On 9th November 2022, whilst the sweeps (sails) were turning in the wind, the uppermost sweep fell down to the right hand side of the mill and pierced the weather boarding. The end lodged inside the mill, luckily missing two of the old timbers in the wall. As a result,
Uckfield – Volume 3 ‘High Street – From Church Street to Ringles Cross’ A4 size – A factual guide of the entire north end area. Many photos have not been published before.